Forgiving Yourself and Finding Freedom Video Presentation
Posted by Second Chance to Live on May 15, 2013
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“In today’s article, I want to share some thing with you that helps me to remember to be kind to myself. As you watch this video presentation may you too remember to be kind to yourself.
For many years of my life I berated myself for not being enough. I chided myself for not being enough because I did not live up to expectations – other people’s expectations and my expectations. For many years I used my sense of not being enough as a reflection of not merely making mistakes – for not measuring up to expectations — but of being a mistake. Consequently, in my quest to eliminate my sense of being a mistake, I was driven to do more, to be more, in an attempt to be enough, however more never seemed to be enough.”
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